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CBS
Jun 2, 2011 6:00am EDT
is how we like it. green light stays on. the one we're following, this is out in northeast d.c. what we have is first street. it is currently shut down and the traffic lights are out as crews continue to work the power outage on first street between l and m street. if you're headed out that way, you're definitely going to want to use caution and i want to remind you, you will be following police direction. let's take a closer look at 95 in virginia. you're slow already from the prince william parkway all the way up to route 1 woodbridge as evident from the yellow and red on our screen here. let's move it outside. open the door. i'll show what you i'm talking about. drivers are going below speed. we'll get relief past route one. back over to the maps. we're delayed already on 66 headed eastbound. the first delay is going to be outside 234 to 28 and then 50 to the beltway, a good amount of congestion as well. we want to take you over to our travel times. the outer loop from 95 to 270 looks like we're still in the green north of the district. only about 10 minutes. 95 headed southbound, no
FOX
Jun 20, 2011 5:00am EDT
this morning, police are investigating a death in northeast d.c. they were called out to the scene late last night on lee describe street just west of bladensburg road. there is no word yet on the identity of the victims. we'll bring you more information as we get it into the newsroom. >>> two men are in the hospital after a stabbing in northeast d.c. it happened on banks place yesterday evening. both men were stabbed in the back. police are still looking for the attacker but have no suspect information. both victims are expected to survive. >>> in northeast d.c., an apartment fire sends two children to the hospital. the fire from one apartment was quickly put out. the people who live above him were exposed to smoke. two children were taken to the hospital. one family is out of their home this morning. >>> it shut down reagan national airport for about 0 0 -- about 20 minutes. >> the u.s. airways plane sat on the tar make for more than four hours. stacy cohan has the details this morning. >> reporter: good morning. air travelers arriving here at reagan national airport should find a return
FOX
Jun 4, 2011 11:00pm EDT
landfill. today's service was held at a house of praise in northeast d.c. six people have been charged with her murder. >>> day 10 in the casey anthony murder trial. today fbi forensic expert testified a hair sample -- casey anthony's charge of first degree murder in the death of her toddler, two years ago. >>> a florida couple turns the tables on the banks. they purchased the home two years ago. a year later, they were served with a foreclosure notice. but their home was completely paid for. the lending giant eventually agreed to pay the couple a little over $2,000 for the mistake. but they never paid up. so with the court's permission, the couple went to a branch friday to foreclose on the bank. >> as a foreclosure defense attorney, this is sweet justice. because this is a symptom of a larger problem. >> after about an hour later, the bank cut a check to satisfy the debt and no furniture was taken. the couple was reportedly paid close to $6,000 for all of their trouble. >>> it's an avitar fan's dream come true. >>> interesting complexion she has there. we have an interesting eye on t
ABC
Jun 6, 2011 4:30am EDT
. >>> some northeast d.c. streets will stay closed as pepco crews repaired underground cables blamed for last week's massive power outage. parts of first street and-- parts of north capitol street will be shut down until rush hour. >>> eastern arizona residents have been forced to evacuate their homes because of this huge wildfire. this is the third largest in state history. there's no containment. it expanded by several thousand acres yesterday. it is 20787 square miles. another one in the past cover 156 square miles. >>> stubbornly high oil prices continue to cripple the airline industry. a big apple events today as a technology company tries to stay on top. >> no more from bloomberg headquarters in new york. >> good morning. apple ceo steve jobs is going to address developers at an annual conference today, unveiling the new on-line storage service where consumers have a new way to access digital music and information from smartphone and computers. it will also produce software updates for the iphone, ipad, and macintosh computers. elsewhere, dominick strauss-kahn will formally denied charg
NBC
Jun 5, 2011 11:00pm EDT
to get to the area. darcy spencer is live in northeast d.c. with more on where these attacks are happening and how authorities are responding. >> reporter: the crimes are happening here in the fifth police district. i'm told sometimes there is a delay in police response. that's because when people call 911, the person on the other end of the phone doesn't know where this trail is. bike, jog, or rollerblade on this paved path in northeast d.c. and you could become a victim of crime. over the last couple of weeks there have been numerous robberies. one woman complains on a local list serve that she was zapped with a taser as she rode her bike here. >> i'm a little shocked by it because i haven't noticed anything suspicious or out of the ordinary lately. >> reporter: we found out, if you call for help there could be a problem. residents tell me that when people have called 911, dispatchers don't know where the path is. this 1 1/2 mile stretch, known as the met branch trail, opened last year. >> this year and last year, when people were either attacked or reporting suspicious act
ABC
Jun 1, 2011 5:00am EDT
outages. the hardest-hit areas are in northeast, d.c. buildings without power includes an apartment complex home to a building -- to people that are elderly and disabled. >>> they can now be tried before a military commission at guantanamo bay. the government hopes to prosecute them in a federal court initially. >>> it is 5:15. who's in and who's out? two republican presidential candidates are expected to make it official tomorrow. some say they are stealing a bit of the spotlight. we have details. john? >> good morning. you could call it the pete's a summit. -- the pizza summit. and unlikely dinner. pepperoni pie. donald trump is of the running but sarah palin, you could call her 2012 curious. she is not saying if she is running. who is looking to run against her is smichele bachmann. mitt romney is having a hard time getting recognition. a group of gop donors are arrived for dinner with new jersey governor chris christie with a plan to save the day. >>> we are going to encourage him to think about getting in the race. we think his message will go over well. >> the moral seems to b
ABC
Jun 2, 2011 6:00am EDT
, more power outages. power was restored to a northeast d.c. neighborhood around 9:00 last night. >> two hours later after pepco gave the all clear the area plunged back into darkness. courtney robinson is on the scene with a look at how residents are holding up. >> the news is it is not going to be asked pot hot as the past two days. crews are on the scene trying to get the power back on. they say it could be until noon today before they get everything. >> i am hungry and tired and i want to go to sleep. >> people are tired and in the dark and heat. >> ira want to cry. i cannot wait for this to be over. -- i want to cry. >> these were residents at tyler house. this affects other places as well, dozens of offices forcing them to close. >> i cannot afford to keep running back and forth to get to appointments and then find out i don't have an appointment. >> there are some signals that are out. we have road closures we are dealing with along first street between l and m the northeast. in addition, residents are advised to go to cooler areas. that includes a cooling station on new jersey av
NBC
Jun 1, 2011 6:00pm EDT
of northwest and northeast d.c. tonight. pepco customers and apartment buildings there and in office buildings lost power yesterday. people have been stuck without air-conditioning now during this awful heat. chris gordon is on north capital street now with more on whether the power might finally be restored. chris? >> reporter: well, the latest development is that the traffic signal here at north capital and m just went out. the pepco power outage hit yesterday afternoon, but it took a long time to find because it was underground. pepco is still working on leaving a lot of people hot and bothered and if you look over there at that building you will see a lot of d.c. fire emergency personnel and equipment still on the scene to help. their car had air-conditioning. their apartment didn't, so they sat in the car with their 3-year-old son trying to keep cool. >> reporter: why are you out in the car? >> ac to keep cool. >> reporter: so you're going to stay in the car? >> we'll stay in the car, basically. yeah. >> reporter: about 1500 residents in the tyler house and sibley plaza located north -- p
NBC
Jun 6, 2011 4:30am EDT
roller blade on this path in northeast d.c. and you could become victim of a crime. over the past few weeks, there have been numerous robberies. one woman was zapped with a taser as she rode her bike here. >> i'm a little shocked by it because i haven't noticed anything suspicious or out of the ordinary lately. >> reporter: we found out if you call for help, there could be a problem. residents tell me when people have called 911 dispatchers don't know where the path is. this 1 1/2 mile stretch known as the met branch trail opened last year. >> what gives people the impression that the cops don't know where it is? >> well, some instances this year or last year when people were attacked and reporting suspicious authority, npd's unified call center was unable to identify the area where it was. >> reporter: local advisory neighborhood commissioner tim clark says sometimes it has taken 5 to 8 minutes to figure out where the trail is. those who use it say they're not surprised. >> i was surprised to see you guys here. what in the world is the news camera crew doing here? how did they find t
NBC
Jun 6, 2011 6:00am EDT
in northeast d.c. that lost power last week. the cables are on north capital street between l and m and pierce between north capital and 1st street. a section of the curb lane on north capital at the intersection of l will be closed through rush hour. >> four kiddy pools in the district remain closed because of a pool drain recall. kiddy pools at harry thomas, rumsey, upshu are closed. the current drain covers are recalled because there is a risk swimmers could be trapped in the covers. d.c. officials say they don't know exactly when the new covers will arrive. the kiddy pools can't be opened until the drains are installed but the regular pools are open. >>> all right. it is now 6:19. 71 degrees out there. nice, mild morning. a little humid out there. >> yeah. >> but tom is saying this is going to be one of the few last nice days before the real heat moves in. good morning, tom. >> yeah. not quite sweltering humidity yet. that is coming mid week. off to a fairly pleasant start. patchy fog in low-lying areas in the rural regions. low six in prince george's county. right in washington, mid-60s.
CBS
Jun 11, 2011 6:00pm EDT
of this investigation we'll here involving all these details. live in northeast d.c. >> to be continued. thanks a lot for that report. >>> new tonight a teenager is killed in pickens county. police are -- prince georges county. officers found the body of 16-year-old marquise manual davis in port washington last night. they were responding to a shooting in the 11100 block of john paul jones avenue. this marks the first homicide in the county last year. >>> we've got an update now on a deadly accident in silver spring, maryland. you saw the story first as late breaking news right here at 11:00 last night. police say the driver of a honda accord was heading south on 16th street in silver spring when the vehicle swerved to avoid colliding with a ride-on bus. it left the road, hitting a fire hydrant, street sign and a curb before flipping over. the driver died on the scene. no one on the bus was hurt. the name of the victim has not been released because the next of kin have not been notified. >>> cooking left unattended is being blamed this evening for an apartment fire in blaitensburg that has left eig
FOX
Jun 1, 2011 7:00am EDT
. closed because of no power. and the d.c. housing authorities at 1133 capital street northeast closed today. appointments will be rescheduled but property staff should report as usual. and strangely enough, the federal regulatory energy commission has no energy today. that story -- both locations, 1100 first street and 888 first street northwest closed today. and only emergency personnel should come to work. do you think they've been on the phone with pepco this morning? >> yeah. >> i think they might have been. >>> well with the heat, you can expect -- maybe not at those agencies, but you can expect power outages and we're seeing them. >> oh, yeah. it goes hand in hand, unfortunately. the worst time of year when we get the demand and we don't know what the problem is there, but we have some of the power outages. so maybe a few more today. we're under a heat advisory, another hot one and it will feel like it's over 100 degrees. let's start by taking a look -- in fact, speaking of the heat advisory. let me show you the areas covered by that. it does include washington, d.c. and the sur
NBC
Jun 20, 2011 11:00am EDT
was found around 6:00 last night in the 13000 block of levis street in northeast d.c. tracy wilkins has more on the investigation from northeast. >> reporter: d.c. police with still on the scene this morning after a 61-year-old man was found dead in his apartment basement. the investigation into exactly what happened here is ongoing. neighbors say the 61-year-old victim in this murder case was a nice man, always happy and always speaking. >> just you know, converse from seeing each other. hi, how are you doing, what you doing today? that type of stuff. >> reporter: doesn't make any sense to you? >> no, it doesn't. >> reporter: police have not released the name of the victim or the explained the manner which he was killed. neighbors say people who live in this row house say they heard screams and gunshots from the basement. they ran out and called police. a police source the victim was found dead at 6:00 p.m. yesterday with duct tape around his head inside the basement apartment that he had been renting for years. >> very shocking. very shocking. i mean, that kind of stuff doesn't happen arou
NBC
Jun 30, 2011 5:00pm EDT
robbery attempt in northeast d.c. this morning. it happened when an armored car pulled into the trinity scare shopping center. that's between two college campuses. one suspect was shot, two others sped away. our pat collins joins us now live from the scene with eyewitness accounts. pat? >> reporter: jim, for some time, investigators say the man waited outside that bank for an armored car delivery. they say he planned to ambush the guards and make off with a big bag of money. but the guards -- the guards, they had a plan, too. a foiled armored car robbery. a barrage of shots. a suspect killed. police from all over converge on the scene. this man saw the suspect. >> he was right by the bank, crouched -- he was just crouched down. but, you know, he looked suspicious a little bit, so i held my pocket, you know. and i just walked right by him. >> reporter: this man heard the shots. >> we heard seven pops, just pop, pop, pop, seven or eight. it was quite a few. people looked around. >> reporter: this man talked about the fate of that robber. >> he was in the wrong position at the wrong time,
ABC
Jun 12, 2011 9:30am EDT
that area with that northeast substation. >> d.c. has -- montgomery county not in such a good position. let's turn to the montgomery county council, one of your biggest critics. this is one of the highlights. the first of all you talk about the storms that we have had. even on sundays, reliability is a 75% below the industry norm. a primary cause of unreliability they found was due to inattention and under investment in basic distribution systems, going on to say that warnings were down-played excused, or ignored. customers in the service. experience approximately three times as many hours of interruption than pg&e which speaks to a much bigger problem. >> we are not stepping away from those responsibilities. things tha we need to do on a sunny day, yeah, and we are doing those things now. an additional100 million investment that we made it into the system. $256.5 million in maryland investment addressing many of the things that the council man has referenced. also the working group referenced. do we have standards in maryland right now? in the legislative body for the state just passed a b
ABC
Jun 14, 2011 4:30am EDT
with low humidity. a few isolated showers possible this afternoon and evening mainly northeast of d.c. a great wednesday near 80 degrees with low humidity. thursday we will have areas of rain. high temperatures in a low 80's . and on the weekend mid 80's. >>> everything in virginia is decent. traffic on the way to the pentagon on this flag day is good. 214 inside the beltway at a pretty road in the district they are documenting a crash. if you are forced to follow a detour. look at shady grove road/270, an accident has been resolved. and the pace is good in springfield. now to news. >>> we begin this morning with a developing story from arlington. a driver is in police custody after police found a suspicious package inside a car. the virginia state trooper who stopped the vehicle on the ramp from 395 south to washington boulevard at 8:30 last night saw the package and the gun. the bomb squad was called. it did not contain explosives, but charges are still pending. >>> two men are in custody in a year-and-a-half-old murder case. >> in 2009 carl diener was stabbed to death as he walked
CBS
Jun 1, 2011 11:00pm EDT
pepco customers in northeast d.c. >> pepco says underground cable failure is what caused that out age but it looks like the relief has finally arrived. we're live in northeast outside the golden rule apartment where the power just came back on a couple hours ago and i know they must be relieved. andrea? >> reporter: well the power went out as quickly as it had come back on. the power was on for about an hour. the metro bus that had been parked all day providing much needed air conditioning for the residents here just drove away and now a few minutes the power went back out and the temperature outside according to our temperature reader right now is about 83 degrees so it's even hotter in these apartments, particularly the upper floors, and the power outages certainly made for a difficult evening commute. >> evening at the intersection of k-street and north capitol in northeast, a four way free for all with street lines and no one to direct traffic. despite two d.c. police cruisers passing through the troubled intersection. >> it was very very very hot, very very hot. >> we met derek b
CBS
Jun 2, 2011 1:35am EDT
customers in northeast d.c. >> pepco says underground cable failure is what caused that out age but it looks like the relief has finally arrived. we're live in northeast outside th difficult evening commute. >> evening at the intersection of k-street and north capitol in northeast, a four way free for all with street lines and no one to direct traffic. despite two d.c. police cruisers passing through the troubled intersection. >> it was very very very hot, very very hot. >> we met derek beasley in an apartment building hallway using the minimal generator power to charge his cell phone. our temperature reader peaked there at a staggering 97 degrees. >> this is crazy. i got to go outside. i can't be in here like this. >> it got unbearably hot and i'm frustrated. >> despite the heat, alfreda and patricia ireland were gracious enough to take us on an elevator to their upper floor apartments where the temperatures ranged from the mid 80s to the 90s. >> i can't breathe in here. [laughter]. it's muggy. >> what do you think seeing that your apartment is 86 degrees after the rain and in the evening a
ABC
Jun 1, 2011 6:00am EDT
is being blamed for thousands of power outages. one of the hardest-hit areas is northeast, d.c.. an apartment complex that is home to people that are elderly and disabled. >>> attorney general eric holder will . before the u.s. sentencing commission to talk about the change in sentencing guidelines for crack-cocaine offenses. a change could lead to thousands of inmates being released early. >>> it's 6:15 and time to turn to the 2012 campaign, where the question is? who's in and who's out. two republican presidential candidates are expected to make it official tomorrow. john hendron has the details. what is going on? >> good morning. the 2012 field is filling out but sarah palin is not yet say whether she is in nit despite a tour bus and a low-cost dinner of pizza with the donald. donald trump is out of the running, but sarah palin with their tour bus just call her 2012 curious. she is not saying if she is running. looking to run against her is michele bachmann. tim pawlenty and mitt romney are expected to announce tomorrow. they are having a hard time getting attention with al
ABC
Jun 22, 2011 6:00am EDT
're tracking isolated showers are super doppler radar. northeast d.c. is looking at a stray showers and up two chevy chase and bethesda and another one in between gaithersburg and manassas. not a lot of rainfall but a better chance of storms later this afternoon. 87-92 for daytime highs and that should stick around for the overnight hours and other was warm and muggy. sue marcum almost a repeat but a better chance -- tomorrow, almost a repeat of a better chance of showers. you can click on our website for whether, wjla.com. >>> it is very busy overnight from montgomery county. some of the signals throughout rockville and gaithersburg and germantown and damascus are out of sync with one another. half of those signals are on a new system which is good but you will find some of those signals out of sync because of the storm that came through. it will have that system under control very soon but keep in mind it will be a little slower. we will have more on this situation and it looked from newschopper7 and more in virginia in our next report. >>> would begin with breaking news from the george wash
ABC
Jun 30, 2011 6:00am EDT
for northeast d.c. the trolley cars were supposed to be installed next year but they will be in store -- install the year after. >>>>> the wife of the asian bus driver involved in that fatal crash says her husband was tired and did not want to make the trip. she is blaming his company. another driver could not be found and he feared for his job. he is facing involuntary manslaughter charges. >>> president obama wants congress to work out a deal to raise the debt ceiling now. >> melia and sasha generally finished their homework on time. congress can do the same thing. >> politico's andy bard joins us. we were watching the news conference and he sounded like it was time to do it. is there anything new? >>> don't think the way he framed that will sway anyone. when you are trying to come to a deal and you tell your employer that they are a child, that is not the best way to go about getting what you want. there's a reason that joe biden is leading the negotiations. he can do everything behind the scenes. this is setting up him and is as much about the guys running against him as it is about obama. >
ABC
Jun 2, 2011 5:00am EDT
has declared a state of emergency. >>> some northeast d.c. neighborhoods are in the dark. the lights were restored but only for them to go out a short time later. pepco says it could be a few before power is completely restored. >>> the japanese prime minister confidence vote in parliament. criticized for his response to the tsunami and nuclear crisis. he offered to resign. >>> investigators are looking answers after a little girl inside her home. nguyen was found in the a home tuesday night. brianne carter is live with the latest. day yesterdaythe of the child's friends mementos ofmber of side of the home. teddy bears and notes to jessica. many want to know what happened. >> i miss her a lot. >> friends of her are thetbroken after learning middle school student was found dead inside her home. >> it is upsetting. >> i could not live with her dying. >> the state medical examiner the death a homicide. police say there were called to the home around 7:00 thursday night and found the child dead in the basement. she had trauma to our upper body. authorities and not saying much except that
ABC
Jun 9, 2011 6:00am EDT
's road, things are open on 50. it is heavy in cheverly getting to northeast d.c. b-w parkway, a heavier volumes spotted out of laurel. 270, southbound delay. we saw this 10 minutes ago and we cannot even see the pavement because the bay haze. it's great out of leesburg through ashburn and heading on to the toll road. 66 and 95, heavy volume. there was a crash on 395 near the pentagon exit/washington boulevard, that is gone. in its place is heavy traffic. back to you. >> thank you. >>> more bad news for unemployed americans. and a local gift shop offers tips with one specializing in common. peggy bunker has those stories and more. >> good morning. looks like it is taking longer to find a job. new figures from the government showed the average period of unemployment is now nearly 40 weeks. if 11% of job-seekers need a year or more to find a new job. there's been another cyber attacks, this time citibank. hackers access the data of 200,000 bankcard holders in america. they got names and account numbers, but not identification information periodontist changing its baggage these portraits a
NBC
Jun 3, 2011 11:00pm EDT
, darcy spencer news 4. back to you. >>> a developing story out of northeast d.c. tonight, police are investigating a deadly shooting near mckinley tech high school. it happened in the 100 block of t street northeast. 8:30 police say they're questioning a person of interest. a man disappeared in the water of the tridelphia reservoir this afternoon. a witness told police that three people were in the water when one of them went under. rescue boats and a helicopter were on the scene until about 8:30 tonight. the search will resume again tomorrow once there is daylight. >>> the driver in tuesday's deadly tour bus crash was arrested today on four counts of involuntary manslaughter. 37-year-old kin yu chung was taken into custody as he left the caroline county courthouse. he was there for an arraignment on a reckless driving course. he's accused of falling asleep at the wheel and driving the bus off i-95. four passengers were killed and 50 others were hurt. chung has a dual citizenship with the u.s. and china. prosecutors are concerned that he might try to leave the area. >> we were ho
NBC
Jun 4, 2011 11:00pm EDT
. friends and family of latisha frazier gathered at the holy christian house of praise in northeast d.c. she was just 18 years old and a young mother when she disappeared last august. six people have been charged with her murder. some of them admitted to putting her body in a trash can that was later dumped in a richmond, virginia landfill. at today's memorial service the family said good-bye as best they could. >> i still don't feel at peace with this. like it's a memorial service, but i really wish we had her body so that we could do this properly. >> a lawyer for one of the suspects wanted police to search that landfill, but a federal judge sided with prosecutors, who argued that it could take months and cost millions to search the landfill with no guarantee that her body will ever be found. >>> another key al qaeda leader has been killed in pakistan. ilyaz kashmiri is his name. he's considered by many to be the military brain of al qaeda. kashmiri was also widely considered to be the odds-on replacement for osama bin laden. pakistani intelligence officials say kashmiri was among nine mil
NBC
Jun 29, 2011 11:00pm EDT
without bond. >>> members of the guardian angels patrol a bike path and running trail in northeast d.c. tonight. the trail has been the site of a number of robberies and attacks this month. the guardian angels hope their presence will be a deterrent to crime there. if they see anything suspicious, they call police, but they do not interfere. they hope to get more volunteers to make the patrols a nightly event. >>> we are only two months away now from the dedication of the martin luther king jr. memorial. today about 30 d.c. area clergy members were invited to get an early look at the unfinished memorial at the national mall. what you're seeing it there is not the entire memorial. there are parts that will remain under wraps until the unveiling on august 28th. some of the ministers at their tour today took part in the march on washington in 1963. viewing the memorial today was an emotional experience for them. >>> coming up tonight, we'll tell you how terrapins took over a runway at a busy airport delaying flights and mystifying air traffic controllers. >>> a european country honoring p
FOX
Jun 2, 2011 11:00pm EDT
is back on for people in part of northeast d.c., but the frustration level still high. the power outage started three days ago, the worst part, it happened during record breaking heat. pepco worked around the clock trying to fix some of the broken underground lines. the outage shut down many is he city and federal office buildings -- many city and federal office buildings. now yvette alexander council member has ordered an investigation be launched into why there was power lost. >> there will be fines up to $100,000 per incident. i think that will put pepco on their toes. >> d.c.'s people's council is going after pepco. pepco blames the outage on awe high power demand along with equipment -- a high power demand along with equipment failure. >>> mitt romney announced today he's running for president. laura evans is everywhere at 11:00. >> romney attacked president obama's record on the economy today saying he will use his business experience to revive the economy and balance the budget. this is romney's second white house campaign. he joined a crowded field of candidates including newt g
FOX
Jun 20, 2011 4:25am EDT
. >>> two men are in the hospital after a stabbing in northeast d.c. this one happened on banks place yesterday evening. both men were stabbed in the back. police are still looking for the attacker but have no suspect information. both victim are expected to survive. >>> u.s. airways hopes to be back on track after some tense hours. a woman at an airport ticket counter in ohio made a bomb threat about a plane about to land at reagan national and that shut the airport down. stacy cohan is live at reagan national with the details. >>> good morning. the threat was indeed not made here at reagan national airport but it was a threat made against an aircraft that was landing here yesterday. that is what caused all of the problems. u.s. airways flight 2596 was about to land when authorities learned that this woman at the dayton, ohio airport at the ticket counter had made a threat saying there were explosives on the flight. it did land about 1:00 p.m. but authorities kept the plane isolated on the tarmac to search it for explosives. the airport was shut down for about 20 minutes. >> i think
CBS
Jun 20, 2011 11:00pm EDT
scarborough lived alone in northeast d.c. neighbors are nervous. police are offering an award for any information. new after being trapped for 14 hours inside a mine in kentucky, three maintenance workers are now free. the entrance to the mine collapsed early this morning sending water from a swollen drainage ditch gushing in. the men were nearing the end of their shift when all this happened. a spokesperson said all seemed to be in good health, seemed to be okay. >>> enough is enough. that from the judge in the casey anthony trial, to prosecutors and defense attorneys. the judge scolded their lawyers for games manship in court. he abruptly called proceedings to a halt for the day to give both sides more time to sort out issues with witnesses and get full disclosure going. anthony pleaded not guilty to murdering her two year old daughter caylee. if convicted she could get the death penalty. >>> a health alert about contraceptives millions as a normal part of an adult relationships. >> some experts say contraceptives can actually interfere with your sex drive. we'll explain coming righ
CBS
Jun 6, 2011 6:00am EDT
approaching the beltway and d.c.'s 295 no complaints. a look at construction in northeast d.c. i'll have that at 6:12. andrea and mike back to you. >>> thank you, former d.c. mayoral candidate suleiman brown is scheduled to testify before a d.c. council committee investigating hiring practices by the gray administration. brown claims gray campaign aides promised him a job and paid him cash to stay in last year's race and level attacks against then incumbent mayor adrian fenty. surae chinn joins us live from outside the wilson building in northwest with a preview of what is a much anticipated meeting. >> reporter: good morning you have that right. suleiman brown had no problems speaking before, he was out spoken when he was abruptly fired making claims that he was paid to attack adrian fenty, then mayoral incumbent candidate. well, then just suddenly he stop talking. >> no comment. >> reporter: but now it's back on again, not by choice, but basically told by a judge last week that he would testify before a d.c. council committee. mayor vincent gray denies brown was paid anything or promis
FOX
Jun 2, 2011 6:00am EDT
. >> let's take a live look right now in d.c. this is northeast d.c. where they are continuing to try to get the power back on. about 1800 homes and businesses still have no power. it came on briefly last night for a few minutes really and then went out again. pepco says it hopes to have everything back up and running by noon. we do have a couple closings including j. o. wilson elementary school closed once again today. and also care first union center plaza offices are shut down. we just heard from the d.c. housing authority. its headquarters building on north capital street also closed today because of no power. if we get more closings, we'll share them with you on air, online and on our facebook page. >> a couple of those closed yesterday too. people will be a lot cooler today, i think, if they have to deal with it and be outside. >> gnaw. today, will be 10, 12 degrees cooler than yesterday. it will still be in the 80s but it will certainly feel better than it did yesterday with temperatures in the 90s and low are humidity today as well. as we get started this morning, the main thi
CBS
Jun 2, 2011 5:00am EDT
northeast washington. >>> d.c. council members learned the city won't have a new dui enforcement program ready to go until next year. a police department audit uncovered flaws from the breathalyzer testing equipment dating back to february 2010. that's put hundreds of drunk driving convictions in jeopardy and also appears to have caused a decline in the number of dui arrests in d.c. the city attorney general's office estimates a new dui enforcement system could be up and running by about next march. >>> today, the man some consider the republican front- runner when it comes to running for president is expected to announce his candidacy. mitt romney is going to make it official at a farm in new hampshire which is the first primary state. romney ran for the g.o.p. nomination four years ago after serving one term as governor of massachusetts. he scored near the top of most recent polls on possible republican candidates. and also has a large campaign war chest. >> time for another your money report. >> jessica is here with yet another major hacking attack. >> that's right. this one is really
FOX
Jun 1, 2011 6:00am EDT
of people here in d.c. and maryland to lose power, mostly in northeast d.c. right now, about 3600 customers have no power. pepco says it spent all night searching about 40 manholes over miles of streets to find the faults. the federal energy regulatory commission headquarters building is closed because they have no power. hello, pepco. only emergency personnel who have already been contacted should come to work. let's check with julie now with a look at traffic. >> we are starting off talking about southbound i-95 at the exit ramp for route 100. we had reports of a tractor- trailer that was stuck on the ramp blocking the westbound commute onto route 100. the load has shifted. the lane of 95 remain opens you guys continue from baltimore headed down towards d.c. no problems reported out of hyattstown headed out to urbana. the stalled truck we had earlier should now be cleared. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> we are following a developing story this morning. a 12-year-old girl found dead in her home. >> the disturbing discovery
FOX
Jun 2, 2011 5:00am EDT
again. more than 1800 pepco customers are affected in northwest and northeast d.c. this morning. fox 5's stacy cohan is following it is story us for and she joins us live. good morning. >> good morning. this is certainly a very busy corner in our city. not only do you have pepco crews out here trying to repair the problem. you have mpd out here with street closures. the fire department is out here standing by in case anybody is ill because of what happens and the power was off. then it came back on but went right back off an hour of the power being restored. here is what happened. on tuesday, pepco had a failure underground in some cables. that is when the heat wave hit. air conditioning use surged and the cannel blew. they worked with it for 24 hours to repair that. it was fixed somewhere around 9:00 or 10:00 last night. the power came back on for about an hour and went back out again. they to have cooling centers set up here at the walker jones education campus. they have some metrobuses out here. tease fire and ems is on hand for anybody that has problems due to the heat and lack of p
NBC
Jun 28, 2011 5:00pm EDT
commute in northeast d.c. today. >> a tractor-trailer was left dangling over the 295 exit ramp. the driver was turning when the trailer slid down an embankment. >> the exit was shut down while crews performed a precarious rescue. >> the road has since been reopened and traffic is back to normal for the ride home. >>> when we come back, a teenager's 20 foot fall caught on tape. we'll find out what authorities blame for this tumble. >>> avastin on trial. supporters rally as the fda meets inside to discuss the risk surrounding this controversial breast cancer treatment. >>> all eyes on the national zoo. we could have extra reason to >>> over the next two days, the fda is meeting to determine whether avastin should remain on the market as a treatment for breast cancer. >> government regulators say the recent studies say this drug is not effective and possibly dangerous. the makers of avastin clals the drug does prolong lives. >> megan mcgrath has both sides of this heated debate. >> reporter: the stories are compelling. tracy galvin has two small children, and a year ago, she was diagnosed wit
FOX
Jun 6, 2011 5:00am EDT
all over again at the basilica in northeast d.c. yesterday. the special ceremony took place as part of the mass celebrated by archbishop donald wuerl. the couples were from all over the archdiocese and all have been married at least 5 years. 387 couples have been married for 50 years or more. while everyone has their own version of a secret to a success, archbishop wuerl offered a lasting reason. >> love, st. paul tells us, never fails. we may often fail. love stands firm when everything else is shaky. >> the couples each receive personalized certificates celebrating their long marriages after the mass is complete. >> congratulations to them. i am surprised there are that many couples that have been married 50 years or longer. >> me too. it is an inspiration. they should write a book about their secret. >> you saw from the live shot, it is not quite as bright as it was several days last week as it was during this time of the morning. it is more humid this morning. that will be the main difference between today and the last couple of days, i think. temperatures right up there again.
FOX
Jun 20, 2011 7:00am EDT
after another stabbing in northeast d.c. on banks place. last night both men stabbed in the back. police still looking for the attacker. they have no suspect information. both victims are expected to live. >>> and the search is on for a driver who struck a police officer and two other people. this happened at a nightclub parking lot in seat pleasant early on sunday morning. the car hit a security officer and another person and then took off. the car was later found with a bullet hole in the rear window but no one inside. >>> a barbecue grill to blame for a house fire in beltsville. someone was lighting the grill on the patio and it caught fire. they all made it out okay. damage is estimated at $400,000. >>> two men still in the hospital this morning, the victims of carbon monoxide poisoning. they were found unconscious on saturday in the apartment complex on v. street northwest and had been using pressure washers in an unvented area of the garage. high carbon monoxide levels were found in other parts of the building that prompted firefighte
NBC
Jun 9, 2011 6:00pm EDT
to go to the hospital after two school busses collided in northeast d.c. it happened about 3:00 this afternoon on eastern avenue near booth lane. two bus drivers were seriously hu when a d.c. school bus and a prince george's county bus collided. two other adults and five children were also hurt, but their injuries are not serious. the cause of the crash is under investigation. >>> and a tour bus crashed into a truck and two cars along i-59 in virginia today. it happened about noon in the northbound lanes near the lorton exit. two people inside the cars were hurt, but they're both expected to be okay. no one on the bus was hurt. the cause of this crash is still under investigation as well. >>> coming up tonight, a small victory in the second largest fire in the history of the state of arizona. >>> a dog was locked in a car with temperatures soaring above 150 degrees inside. we'll tell you what happened to the owner. >>> newt gingrich dealing with a major blow to has presidential campaign. >>> and it might not be long until men can take birth control pill sgloos the bruins surg
CBS
Jun 15, 2011 6:00am EDT
stepping. there is music, dancing and poetry. the show day balls tonight in northeast d.c. and it rolls through june 26th. barely a breeze northwest 3 miles on the winds. check it out. we're ok in pittsburgh. as you head toward columbus, showers maybe later on in the day. chicago will be tough. delays there for sure. showers and storms in the upper 60s. heat is on in denver. 89. that's nothing compared to what's happening in vegas and phoenix. it will be over 105 today. maybe pushing toward 110. l.a. looks good. sunny and 67. san francisco, sunny and 70. a little hot for reno near 90 and seattle, showers, high around 54. >> 59 degrees in town. we've gotten near 50 in the suburbs. by noon, a great lunch hour. 74. sunny. low humidity. 5:00 temperature, 80 with a high in the low 80s. gorgeous, andrea? >> it is wednesday, june 15th. here is a check on the news before you go. d.c. police are looking for a killer. someone was shot in a home overnight on delafield place. he later died at the hospital. the victim's name has not been released. >> a live look from athens, greece. this is right i
FOX
Jun 2, 2011 5:00pm EDT
that their buildings were close sped this is what it looked like when we arrived here in northeast d.c. the federal regulatory commission has no power. neither do a lot of other local and federal offices next to union station, blue cross/blue shield, the u.s. education department, the d.c. department of health and the d.c. business office all without power. finally success around 2:30, by pepco crews who were working through the nit to repair underground cables. >> what was it on, leave load because of the heat? >> and i wouldn't say leave load but a lot of load that was occurring and a combination of that and the actual piece of the equipment that failed. >> reporter: pepco said that everyone was back on, live power was back and i few minutes ago, they were having a problem and they think it was a blown fuse and it's a fecting an isolated area and they're hoping to fix that soon. mean while, yvette alexander calling for an investigation of pepco by the public service commission. >> stay duped. >> we will. >>> a gas leak sent people out of their offices and into t
CBS
Jun 6, 2011 5:00am EDT
on that coming up. >>> repairs are still underway for last week's saga in northeast, d.c.? it's 5:24, here's angie. >>> we are looking at the gw parkway southbound from the beltway to the key bridge. looks like everything is clear. still ahead a check on your d.c. roads in my next traffic report at 5:29. keep it here on 9news now. it's like lightntning in a snowball. it's like frozen hot chocolate. ah! ah! you got it! yeah, i was just reading what was on the cup. try our new dunkin' donuts frozen hot chocolate. it's like frozen hot chocolate. america runs on dunkin'. only lysol neutra air sanitizing spray sanitizes the air and kills 99.9% of bacteria at the source. two reasons why with lysol a fresh home is the sign of a healthy home. [ male announcer ] spare toothbrush, just in case: $4. ♪ home cooked meal: $28. ♪ first date finest: $33. ♪ having time on your side: priceless. mastercard paypass. bringing you the most convenient ways to pay. learn more at mastercard.com/paypass. >>> welcome back to 9news now this monday morning, i'm andrea roane. >>> monday is here, already? how did
NBC
Jun 1, 2011 5:00pm EDT
: in northeast d.c., sits the neighborhood of trinidad, a garden community. recently it's become a mix of homeowners, ren varts and young people. >> i think this is one of the top three most sought out residential neighborhoods in the city. it's really one of the last remaining, close-end neighborhoods that is still affordable to folks. >> buyers can find row houses for under $300,000 and when a house makes it on to the market it's not available for long. >> they're very large houses in comparison to the rest of the housing stock in d.c. a lot of them have basements and they're just really charming houses. the own verse taken really good care of them over the years. one thing people don't realize about trinidad is it sits on a hill and from the second story you can see the capitol and the library of congress. >> i've lived here since the end of march. >> reporter: scores of young professionals like mike have made trinidad home. he doesn't give much credence to its reputation of being a crime-ridden area. >> we actually have really wonderful neighbors. it's a nice neighborhood and every
NBC
Jun 24, 2011 5:00pm EDT
addition to the ivy city section of northeast d.c. has some residents up in arms. i'll have details coming up on news4. >>> a marathon runner on four legs and not two. we'll tell you how a dog wound up in the middle of this race >>> we are here in mcclain for our backyard weather. you get backyards and then you get backyards. this is an amazing backyard. fortunately for all of us the weather is going to be amazing. not just tonight but over the next couple of days as well. i really think we're in for a great weekend. it will be a great one to get out there toward the bay if you think about heading down toward chesapeake beach or sandy point state park or maybe you get on a boat, looking good. 81 degrees tomorrow or 83 tomorrow. 81 during the day on sunday. we'll be back with more backyard weather. >> all right. thanks a lot, doug. >>> plans to open a strip club next to a vocational school in northeast are now under way. >> some residents welcome the new business but others are not happy about the location. >> news4 derrick ward is live to tell us about this growing debate. derrick? >> we'r
NBC
Jun 25, 2011 6:00am EDT
northeast d.c. community so upset. >>> and up this smoke. the popular cigarettes that may soon be illegal nationwide. >>> residents in northeast have been hoping for new businesses to move this, but strip clubs aren't exactly what they had in mind. residents were encouraged when new beginnings vocational school opened up in 2007. but across town when nats stadium was built, strip clubs began looking for new locations and it became the go to spot. now residents fear they're becoming a red light district. >> the things that we have been told is in some sense that we should be grateful and thankful that we have a strip club that has the status or the environment surrounding it that it has as about it there was something we should be great ifle about, but we're saying to strip club. >> residents say liquor licenses are being granted by the liquor control board behind closed doors. >>> on the heels of new warning labels, the fda may soon ban menthol cigarettes. a study released shows advertising targets are charged to african-american teenagers. they claim tminty makes them moe addictive. the
FOX
Jun 1, 2011 5:00pm EDT
this this is not the aboutgying of a bad somer. >> crews, mentime, on the scene of a gas leak in northeast d.c. pepco called out to vector street after reports of gas leaking from the street and they have closed the street and tore up the asphalt trying to work on the problem there. >>> the suspicious death of a little girl in gaithersburg is now a homicide and that is the word from the maryland medical center and they found a 12-year- old general dead in hear home. beth parker has more today. beth. >> reporter: police were back on the scene this afternoon and investigators are talking to family and friends. the specifics of what happened to this little girl have not been made public yet. she left a stuffed animal and balloon in front of her best friend's house today. >> we do everything together. >> reporter: her study was 12- year-old jessica nguyen. the sixth grader found dead in her gaithersburg home tuesday night. the call went out as a pediatric injury. police say there is more. >> the medical exam knower ruled this death a homicide. >> reporter: investigators were ba
FOX
Jun 3, 2011 5:00am EDT
was illegal. dc-9 club is so far not commenting. >>> the power is back on now for folks in part of northeast d.c. but the frustration level still high. the power outage started several days ago. the wort part is it happened right in the middle of that record heat wave. pepco worked around the clock trying to fix some broken underground lines. the outage shut down man city and federal buildings and now city councilmember yvette alexander has questioned the public service commission launch an investigation into why so many pepco customers lost power. the d.c. people's council is also going after and pepco asking the psc to investigate the latest outages. >> this is the nation's capital. we have to have reliable service. what we want is a solution. this is not about blame. this is about let's come up with a collective, comprehensive solution to correct the problem. >> pepco blames the outage on a high demand for power along with equipment failure. >>> a loudoun county teacher is charged with public drunkenness and it allegedly happened while she was at school. a creighton county elementary school e
FOX
Jun 3, 2011 6:00am EDT
of northeast d.c. but the frustration level still high. the power outage started earlier this week right in the middle that record-breaking heat. pope coworked around the clock trying to fix some broken underground lines. now, city councilmember yvette alexander has requested the public service commission launch an investigation into why so many pepco customers lost power. >> the public service commission will have the authority to impose fines up to $100,000 per incident so i think that will really put pepco on their toes. >> d.c.'s people's council also going after pepco asking the psc to vehicle the latest outages. pepco blames the outage on a high demand for power along with equipment failure. >>> your business beat is coming up next. there are growing concerns that the country's debt outlook could be downgraded. we'll tell what you that change could mean to most consumers. >> as we go to break ache long commute could leave your relationship in need of a tune- up. ard coming to one recent study out of sweden being people with commutes lasting 45 minutes or longer were 40% more likely
FOX
Jun 9, 2011 6:00am EDT
in northeast d.c. there are still few answers for the family. bob barnard has more. >> reporter: i know god is with me but it is different when you don't have the physical person with you who you love so much. i miss him. >> reporter: sherita jones lost her husband of 10 years one area ago tonight. >> so many people loved don. of his just snatched away from us. >> reporter: and he would are at a temple hills baptist church, don joan was i social work are by day -- a social worker by day and an opera singer by night seen here performing at the funeral for coretta scott king. that heavenly voice was forever silenced last year june 8th. police say the mckinley tech and howard university graduate was found shot to death near his car at fort dupont park in southeast. his murder still a mystery. >> it has been very difficult, been very difficult, very difficult. very heartaching, miss hum a lot. >> he was dorothea best's youngest son. >> my brother was a find person. when my brother walked in the door, you would instantly light. >> reporter: his hoare says jones was to perform in a free concert a
FOX
Jun 9, 2011 10:00pm EDT
d.c. one of those school buses was from the district, the other from prince george's county. four adults and five children were hurt. none of their injuries are serious. police are investigating the cause of the crash. >>> we're learning new details about what caused that deadly tour bus crash near bowling green, virginia. federal investigators released their preliminary findings. they say the skyexpress bus was rounding a curve on i-95, crossed the rumble strips and veered onto the shoulder of the road. the bus hit an embankment and barrier before rolling onto its roof. four people were killed. police charged the driver cho cheung with manslaughter. >>> parents are demanding reform after two students disciplined under their policy committed suicide. fox 5 roz plater is there at fairfax county. any decision tonight? >> reporter: there's one we'll tell you about. the parents seem to be making headway. there were initially 10 amendments that would be voted on tonight. they whittled it down to eight. right now, though, they're discussing
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